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After coach's plea, focus is on fate of obscene chant

By Janet Reid · October 10, 2008 · Comment on this

There are now two questions for the upcoming KU game: will the Jayhawks win, and will the students honor the coach's request?

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redneck 6 years, 2 months ago

I used the word "hankering" just so you would assume that I'm stupid & uneducated. We all know what assume really means. Right? This is the point I'm trying to make.

redneck 6 years, 2 months ago

I'm just puzzled as to why adults who claim to be smart & educated can't come up with something that doesn't have profanity. I'm a redneck & use profanity myself once in awhile. Don't those who are not educated usually use profanity? Here is my point. KU is recognized nationally as a great place to get an education, but those who choose to use profanity at KU games are simply making KU look like not such a great place to get an education. Why can't you come up with something that shows how well educated you are? We are supposed to be hosts at these games. Would you act like that if you had invited people to you're home for a celebration. I'm all for being true to you're school, but we don't have to act like a bunch of Neanderthals. Just something to think about the next time you have a hankering to scream profanity at a KU game.

Ragingbear 6 years, 2 months ago

How about "No"? That's right. People are adults here, at least legally. We can stand to hear a swear word every now and then. Stop the censorship.Or better yet. Let's make a deal. Mangino loses 200lbs and makes himself look like he isn't ready to die of a heart attack at any given moment, then we stop.

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